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Recipe for Giant Bubbles for Kids

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by mike57 on February 09, 2005 09:02 AM
Hi all heres a good one for all you moms out there with young children its lots of fun for and them and you.they grow up fast. so spend some time with them and enjoy.

Giant Bubbles
1 cup liquid detergent (or no-tears baby shampoo)
1 cup glycerin (or corn syrup)
3 cups water
Food coloring (optional)
Round bubble blower made of thin wire (6-8 inches in diameter)

Mix all ingredient together. May add food coloring for colored bubbles.
To make bubble blower, bend a wire clothes hanger into a circle. To form the handle, twist the hook opposite the circle. Wrap the handle with electrical tape or yarn. For bigger bubbles, wrap the circle with cotton twine. This will help absorb more soap mixture. The rounder the circle, the better it works. Florist wire can be used to make smaller wands with different shapes. your friend in gardening.mike57 [wayey]

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by Winter Rosebudd on February 09, 2005 10:10 PM
How fun Mike! Thanks...Waylon loves bubbles. We'll try this one, outside...sounds rather...sticky...but super fun!

Yes...I must agree, they grow WAY to fast, I completely lost it last December on his first baby's not a baby anymore!! [tears] Now I understand why people have more!

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